We've been looking into setting up a local Galaxy installation for our bioinformatics core facility and in the process of doing so I've stumbled across several Galaxy mirrors and instances that have been customized in various ways. Before we go re-inventing the wheel, I was wondering if there are any other known Galaxy servers out there that we could use to borrow design ideas or code from.
Here is the list I've put together thus far, others would be most welcome....
Main Galaxy Server: http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/
Test Galaxy Server: http://test.g2.bx.psu.edu/
GeneNetwork Galaxy Mirror: http://galaxy.genenetwork.org:8080/
NBIC Galaxy Server: http://galaxy.nbic.nl/ (includes proteomics tools)
Galaxy/Rätsch Lab Server: http://galaxy.fml.mpg.de/ (includes machine learning based tools for sequence and tiling array data analysis)
Cistrome Galaxy Server: http://cistrome.org/ap/root (dry-lab workbench for integrative analysis of ChIP-chip/seq and gene expression data)
Genomic Hyper Browser Galaxy Server: http://hyperbrowser.uio.no/hb/ (statistical methodology and computing power to handle a variety of biological inquires on genomic datasets)
DBCLS Galaxy Server: http://preview.galaxy.dbcls.jp/ (includes text mining tools, DBCLS DBSearch Tools, semantic web tools)
EDIT 11 Aug 2011
Gene Ontology's Galaxy http://galaxy.berkeleybop.org:8080/ (GO, OBO, OWL processing)
EDIT 17 Nov 2011
JGI Galaxy https://galaxy.jgi-psf.org/ (Mirror site with reorganized tool layout and extensions for metagenomics, e.g. mothur)